Hawai'i Reader in Traditional Chinese Culture

The Hawai'i Reader in Traditional Chinese Culture is a collection of more than ninety primary sources--all but a few of which were translated specifically for this volume--of cultural significance from the Bronze Age to the turn of the twentieth century.  They take into account virtually every aspect of traditional culture, including sources from the non-Sinitic ethnic minorities.

 

Edited by Victor H. Mair, Nancy S. Steinhardt, and Paul R. Goldin

More author information: 
Paul R. Goldin
Year of publication: 
2005